We have overcome adversity, and are helping others do the same.

We are a passionately driven social entrepreneur network that taps into our intuitive desire to serve others and solve problems surrounding mental health and wellness.

Our mission:

Help people find clarity to strengthen their mental wellness as they uncover life’s most vital questions:

Who am I?

Why am I here?

Who are my people?

What is my purpose?

We intentionally leverage cornerstone science foundations and evidence-based healthy habits that help develop structure, providing an individual with the tools to create personal freedom, peace, and clarity.

We do so by creating:

  • Mental health digital applications

  • Custom empathy-building experiences

  • Water therapy retreats

  • And ongoing wellness training that radically improves our emotional intelligence, purpose, and connections.

Our Team.

The NSG team is an impressive collective of individuals that possess two critical elements.

Firstly, they have the skills necessary to move this project forward, administrate business, and facilitate the change in others this program seeks to accomplish.

Secondly, and possibly most importantly, all team members hold a story of survival, of overcoming adversity, and desire to share that story with others to help inspire them in their life journeys.

Tereson Dupuy.


Tereson has a rich history as the CEO of a socially responsible business. She appeared on Shark Tank in 2012 and exited her company shortly after. After surviving the loss of her son and his father to gun violence and suicide, she made helping others a priority in her life. She triumphed in her grief, and her willingness to share that story with others makes her a key player in the NSG team.

Wesley Stewart.


Wesley co-founded The Aloha Journal, Every Kid Swims, and the Never Stop Giving Program. He is a visionary with the means and energy to build teams and see his vision come to fruition. His ideas have taken root and have benefitted over 25,000 foster kids, First Responders, and volunteers over the last 10+ years.

DeBora Stewart.


DeBora brings a combination of church women's ministry staff and nonprofit consultation to the NSG team. She values the chance to create platforms for others to serve, creates immediate bonds with others, and has overcome the challenges of sexual abuse.

Courtneylyn Hammock.


Courtneyln is a Mental Health Professional whose heart is to bring healing to all those who are lost or broken. Courtneylyn has experience serving at-risk families, mentoring families and youth, providing mental health services to Clients in her local community and volunteering in many capacities for people in need. Courtneylyn has extensive knowledge of trauma-informed practices and enjoys nothing more than to bring hope to those who are suffering, through tangible tools and a compassionate, relationship-based approach.

Lindsay Renner Schwartz.


Lindsay Schwartz is a psychotherapist who specializes in mindfulness-based treatments. She is also an avid writer who is passionate about using journaling as a mental health tool. Lindsay earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and English from Williams College, and her Master’s degree in Social Work from Simmons College. In her free time, she enjoys reading, running, traveling, and spending time with her husband and 2 children.

Dr. Michele leone.


Dr. Michele Leone is the cofounder, CEO, and President of COSTA Therapy, a recently formed non-profit organization specializing in aquatic/adaptive sports (surf) based rehabilitation therapeutics. She is a United States Air Force retired veteran who also served in the United States Space Force as a civilian in health promotion.

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Together, we can create a society where mental health support is accessible to all, regardless of their circumstances

Join us in our mission to provide mental health journals, digital apps, and impactful programs to those who need them the most. Together, we can inspire healing, promote resilience, and make a lasting impact on the lives of individuals and communities.